Holiday Giveaways 2020 – Rubik’s Orbit & $100 Store Credit to Winning Moves Games

Holiday Giveaways 2020 – Rubik’s Orbit & $100 Store Credit to Winning Moves Games

Disclosure

I’ve been a fan of Rubik’s products since I received the original Rubik’s Cube as a gift when it was FIRST released in the United States back in the early 80s. As new versions come out, I’ve always recalled that early excitement. This year’s Pop Culture gift guide paid tribute to that with the inclusion of Rubik’s Orbit from Winning Moves Games. This latest puzzle in the Rubik’s world is available on Amazon, but you can also enter to win the one we’re giving away. We encourage you to do that anyhow since the prize also includes a $100 shopping spree on Winning Moves Games‘ website! Remember to take advantage of the many entry options then return daily for bonus entries!

Holiday Giveaway 2020 – Rubik’s Orbit + $100 Gift Card to Winning Moves Games

Nicole

About Nicole

Founder and owner of SAHMReviews.com, Nicole has been involved in social media marketing since 2007. She has partnered with a number of major corporations who utilized her skills to improve their social media outreach and online presence. Nicole has worked as an ambassador for brands such as Netflix, U.S. Cellular and K'NEX, has been featured in McDonald's videos as well as Maria Bailey's book "Power Moms". Always a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom) and mother of two beautiful teen daughters, if you can't find Nicole, she is probably somewhere playing board games.

28 comments on «Holiday Giveaways 2020 – Rubik’s Orbit & $100 Store Credit to Winning Moves Games»

  1. Mia E. says:

    I would like to buy the Double Trouble Game.

  2. cheryl tennant says:

    The large print scrabble looks awesome and something I can play with my parents without having to have the board all on their side of the table. The large print will be easier for them.

  3. Brian B says:

    I think I would get myself a Rubik’s cube prize package! Maybe throw in a game or two like Scrabble for good measure. We don’t have a set!

  4. Wendy Green says:

    Risk, Scattegories, Guess Who, 13 Dead End Drive, Big Boggle… The list goes on. I could spend the $100 plus some very easily. I used to have a huge collection of board games but lost them all due to a horrible apartment that was infested so we basically threw everything away when we moved out. Trying to build it back up slowly.

  5. Michael Shea says:

    Risk Europe, Risk 1959, Double Trouble

  6. Jordan Binkerd says:

    A couple different Risks, maybe some odd Rubiks products for my wife….I’ll have to think about that!

  7. Josh Christian says:

    Payday, Game of The States, probably Risk.

  8. Donna L says:

    I would pick Double Trouble, Big Boggle and Sorry Classic.

  9. Tony Platz says:

    I would let my kids pick games for game night .

  10. Patricia B. says:

    I would get Risk Europe, Pente, and Game of States.

  11. Jennifer Phillips says:

    They have some great classic games, I would love Parcheesi, and Boggle, and 13 Dead End Drive, and this Rubik looks fun too!

  12. Rena T Walter says:

    Monopoly is what I would choose, for my granddaughters.

  13. Losh says:

    To start… 13 Dead End Drive, Boggle as I haven’t played that in ages. I’d have to think about the rest and consider my gaming group.

  14. Monica McConnell says:

    boggle, monopoly, scrabble to go

  15. Dana Matthews says:

    We need a new Monopoly. I’d also like the girls to learn to play LIFE.

  16. Jeanna Massman says:

    I would choose No Stress Chess and Tile Up!

  17. MICHAEL CHEVILLOT says:

    Scrabble, Double Trouble, and Scrabble

  18. Giggles Giggles says:

    If Iwon, I would want to buy a bunch more games with the $100 site credit!

  19. Caroline Lennek says:

    I would love to get Risk Europe, Pente and Big Boggle!

  20. McKnight says:

    I would probably get the large print Scrabble and Risk Europe. I already own most of the classics.

  21. James Hamilton says:

    Puzzle Box type stuff.

  22. Rachael DeBates says:

    A bunch of old school games!

  23. Lauryn R says:

    There are so many! I would definitely get Pretty, Pretty, Princess for my daughter’s! I know they would love that game, played it all if the time when I was a kid!

  24. Krista says:

    13 Dead End Drive, some of the Rubiks products, Pente…so many options!

  25. Camille B says:

    I would buy the metallic Rubiks cube, maybe the mini if I won this!

  26. Jessica W. says:

    I would like to pick family games that my five year old can play.

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